How to set wrap for textmode

Ingo Klöcker
Mon May 7 23:14:01 2001

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On Monday, 7. May 2001 02:53, Graham wrote:

> Yes, but I don't know ANYBODY who uses KMail! My own mailer
> (Becky!2) handles this well, but the fact is that nearly ALL of the
> MUAs in Windows weren't designed to be used with PGP/GnuPG and it is
> a fact that with PGP 7.x the only plugins that are available have
> been written by NAI and they have not released the source code or
> SDKs so nobody can write plug-ins for PGP 7.x
You know ME. ;-) And I know a lot of people who use KMail. But you are right. The problem are all those MUAs for Windows which have all kinds of fancy features but lack something useful like a good integration of PGP/GnuPG. The people having trouble with these MUAs should really contact the producers of those MUAs and demand a decent support of PGP/GnuPG. However, I don't think word wrapping should be implemented in GnuPG. IMHO that's the plug-ins' job. But as I'm not involved in the development of GnuPG it's not up to me to decide. BTW, KMail calls GnuPG to do signing, encrypting, decrypting etc. Why can't (Windows) plug-ins do the same for PGP? You don't need any source code for this. All you need is a documentation of the command line options. Regards, Ingo -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.4 (GNU/Linux) Comment: For info see iD8DBQE69w6YGnR+RTDgudgRAhACAKDRCbU5nvuh3F8nzXS8hTcCFupfFQCfaxAZ CWl9UdHUsbkSm5RQY9OU544= =tu/Z -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----